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fain meaning in Chinese

adj.
1.〔古、诗〕乐意的,愿意的。
2.〔古语〕不得不的,勉强的〔仅用作表语〕。

adv.
〔诗、古〕欣然,乐意〔与 would 连用〕。 I would fain help you. 我乐意帮助你。
int.
〔英学俚〕免除。 Fain(s) I keeping goal! 可别叫我守球门。

Examples

  1. I am so weary of this place; and i would be fain at home .
    我在这里无聊极了;我真想回家。
  2. I would fain help you .
    我乐意帮助你。
  3. I'd fain have done so, to try and show him we had both been too hasty .
    我很想见到他,对他表示我们两人当时都太卤莽了。
  4. He rolled off his horse so ignobly and funnily, that even the ambassador was fain to burst out .
    他狼狈而可笑地从马上滚翻下来,甚至使得大使也不由得放声大笑。
  5. The gentleman looked fidging fain to be gone, but submitted in a manner that made mary like him .
    那个人心里很焦急,只想早些脱身,可是又不得不敷衍着,那种样子倒叫玛丽很喜欢他。
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